Commit 4c719df4 authored by's avatar

FIX #3197

parent 2fb511a8
......@@ -328,22 +328,18 @@ lookup_sub_bndr is_good doc rdr_name
newIPNameRn :: IPName RdrName -> TcRnIf m n (IPName Name)
newIPNameRn ip_rdr = newIPName (mapIPName rdrNameOcc ip_rdr)
-- Looking up family names in type instances is a subtle affair. The family
-- may be imported, in which case we need to lookup the occurence of a global
-- name. Alternatively, the family may be in the same binding group (and in
-- fact in a declaration processed later), and we need to create a new top
-- source binder.
-- If the family is declared locally, it will not yet be in the main
-- environment; hence, we pass in an extra one here, which we check first.
-- See "Note [Looking up family names in family instances]" in 'RnNames'.
-- So, also this is strictly speaking an occurence, we cannot raise an error
-- message yet for instances without a family declaration. This will happen
-- during renaming the type instance declaration in RnSource.rnTyClDecl.
lookupFamInstDeclBndr :: Module -> Located RdrName -> RnM Name
lookupFamInstDeclBndr mod lrdr_name@(L _ rdr_name)
= do { mb_gre <- lookupGreRn_maybe rdr_name
; case mb_gre of
Just gre -> returnM (gre_name gre)
Nothing -> newTopSrcBinder mod lrdr_name }
lookupFamInstDeclBndr :: GlobalRdrEnv -> Located RdrName -> RnM Name
lookupFamInstDeclBndr tyclGroupEnv (L loc rdr_name)
= setSrcSpan loc $
case lookupGRE_RdrName rdr_name tyclGroupEnv of
(gre:_) -> return $ gre_name gre
-- if there is more than one, an error will be raised elsewhere
[] -> lookupOccRn rdr_name
-- Occurrences
......@@ -360,14 +360,48 @@ used for source code.
Instances of type families
Indexed data/newtype instances contain data constructors that we need to
collect, too. Moreover, we need to descend into the data/newtypes instances
of associated families.
Family instances contain data constructors that we need to collect and we also
need to descend into the type instances of associated families in class
instances. The type constructor of a family instance is a usage occurence.
Hence, we don't return it as a subname in 'AvailInfo'; otherwise, we would get
a duplicate declaration error.
We need to be careful with the handling of the type constructor of each type
instance as the family constructor is already defined, and we want to avoid
raising a duplicate declaration error. So, we make a new name for it, but
don't return it in the 'AvailInfo'.
Note [Looking up family names in family instances]
module M where
type family T a :: *
type instance M.T Int = Bool
We might think that we can simply use 'lookupOccRn' when processing the type
instance to look up 'M.T'. Alas, we can't! The type family declaration is in
the *same* HsGroup as the type instance declaration. Hence, as we are
currently collecting the binders declared in that HsGroup, these binders will
not have been added to the global environment yet.
In the case of type classes, this problem does not arise, as a class instance
does not define any binders of it's own. So, we simply don't attempt to look
up the class names of class instances in 'get_local_binders' below.
If we don't look up class instances, can't we get away without looking up type
instances, too? No, we can't. Data type instances define data constructors
and we need to
(1) collect those in 'get_local_binders' and
(2) we need to get their parent name in 'get_local_binders', too, to
produce an appropriate 'AvailTC'.
This parent name is exactly the family name of the type instance that is so
difficult to look up.
We solve this problem as follows:
(a) We process all type declarations other than type instances first.
(b) Then, we compute a 'GlobalRdrEnv' from the result of the first step.
(c) Finally, we process all type instances (both those on the toplevel and
those nested in class instances) and check for the family names in the
'GlobalRdrEnv' produced in the previous step before using 'lookupOccRn'.
getLocalNonValBinders :: HsGroup RdrName -> RnM [AvailInfo]
......@@ -389,10 +423,25 @@ get_local_binders gbl_env (HsGroup {hs_valds = ValBindsIn _ val_sigs,
hs_tyclds = tycl_decls,
hs_instds = inst_decls,
hs_fords = foreign_decls })
= do { tc_names_s <- mapM new_tc tycl_decls
; at_names_s <- mapM inst_ats inst_decls
; val_names <- mapM new_simple val_bndrs
; return (val_names ++ tc_names_s ++ concat at_names_s) }
= do { -- separate out the family instance declarations
let (tyinst_decls1, tycl_decls_noinsts)
= partition (isFamInstDecl . unLoc) tycl_decls
tyinst_decls = tyinst_decls1 ++
concatMap (instDeclATs . unLoc) inst_decls
-- process all type/class decls except family instances
; tc_names <- mapM new_tc tycl_decls_noinsts
-- create a temporary rdr env of the type binders
; let tc_gres = gresFromAvails LocalDef tc_names
tc_name_env = foldl extendGlobalRdrEnv emptyGlobalRdrEnv tc_gres
-- process all family instances
; ti_names <- mapM (new_ti tc_name_env) tyinst_decls
-- finish off with value binder in case of a hs-boot file
; val_names <- mapM new_simple val_bndrs
; return (val_names ++ tc_names ++ ti_names) }
mod = tcg_mod gbl_env
is_hs_boot = isHsBoot (tcg_src gbl_env) ;
......@@ -411,21 +460,20 @@ get_local_binders gbl_env (HsGroup {hs_valds = ValBindsIn _ val_sigs,
nm <- newTopSrcBinder mod rdr_name
return (Avail nm)
new_tc tc_decl
| isFamInstDecl (unLoc tc_decl)
= do { main_name <- lookupFamInstDeclBndr mod main_rdr
; sub_names <- mapM (newTopSrcBinder mod) sub_rdrs
; return (AvailTC main_name sub_names) }
-- main_name is not bound here!
| otherwise
new_tc tc_decl -- NOT for type/data instances
= do { main_name <- newTopSrcBinder mod main_rdr
; sub_names <- mapM (newTopSrcBinder mod) sub_rdrs
; return (AvailTC main_name (main_name : sub_names)) }
(main_rdr : sub_rdrs) = tyClDeclNames (unLoc tc_decl)
inst_ats inst_decl
= mapM new_tc (instDeclATs (unLoc inst_decl))
new_ti tc_name_env ti_decl -- ONLY for type/data instances
= do { main_name <- lookupFamInstDeclBndr tc_name_env main_rdr
; sub_names <- mapM (newTopSrcBinder mod) sub_rdrs
; return (AvailTC main_name sub_names) }
-- main_name is not bound here!
(main_rdr : sub_rdrs) = tyClDeclNames (unLoc ti_decl)
get_local_binders _ g = pprPanic "get_local_binders" (ppr g)
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